Donald Trump’s performance at his dumb summit with Vladimir Putin in Helsinki today has been nearly universally panned, with even the both sides-worshipping pundit class finally putting their foot down and doing their best impression of this classic Clickhole article. Now, even Trump’s own people are getting in on the…
As the debate around gun control rages in the days following the mass shooting at Stoneman High School in Parkland, FL, former Speaker of the House turned permanent cable gasbag Newt Gingrich thinks what America really needs is more guns in schools, not less.
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Did you hear that? Former House Speaker and Donald Trump supporter Newt Gingrich told NBC’s Meet the Press he doesn't think the country will come together no matter who wins, and we're "in for a long, difficult couple of years, maybe a decade or more."
Last night, former House speaker and current Trump surrogate Newt Gingrich appeared on Fox News' "The Kelly File" to talk with host Megyn Kelly about the state of the election. The conversation started off normally—a few questions about Trump's terrible poll numbers—then took a hard right turn into Crazytown.
Since announcing his run for the presidency, Donald Trump's campaign has seized on xenophobia and American workers' economic woes. In response to voters' worries, he offers an "America First"-style nationalism and, as a centerpiece of his campaign, a hardline protectionism that economists worry would hobble the U.S.
If you think 9/11 was bad, wait until the nuclear attack that kills 300,000 people. That’s one of the two messages Newt Gingrich seemed to be aiming for in his speech Wednesday night at the Republican National Convention. The other message: Muslims are extremely scary.
After at least 84 people were killed in the terrorist attack in Nice, France, Donald Trump, the presumptive presidential nominee for the Republican Party, was asked for his response. Then someone pulled the string in his back, and he responded as follows:
The two highest-ranking elected Republicans in the United States are having trouble talking about Donald Trump's racism.